FSSAI Advanced

FSSAI Advanced Registration

  • INR 14,999 + Govt. fees /-
  • All Inclusive, No hidden Charges

  • Exclusive GST fees

Basic Plan

The development of standards is a dynamic process based on the latest developments in food science, food consumption pattern, new food products and additives, changes in the processing technology leading to changed specifications, advancements in food analytical methods, and identification of new risks or other regulatory options.
Formulation of standards of any article of food under the Food Safety and Standards Act 2006, involves several stages. After consideration by the Food Authority, the draft standard is published (Draft notified), for inviting stakeholder comments. Since India is a signatory to the WTO-SPS Committee, Draft Standard is also notified in WTO. Thereafter, taking into account the comments received from the stakeholders, the Standard is finalized and notified in Gazette of India, and implemented.

FSSAI has set certain guidelines for food safety research. The Research and Development division is responsible for research with the following objectives:
1.Generate new knowledge that would help in continuously updating and upgrading food safety standards which are compatible with international organizations
2. Carry out evidence based studies for improving or building policies.

Required documents for FSSAI Registration:
. Photo Identity of Promoters of the Food Business
. Declaration Form
. Authority Letter
. Proof of possession of premises (Rental Agreement / Utility Bill)
. Partnership Deed / Certificate of Incorporation / Articles of Association / Memorandum of Association
. List of food products manufactures or processed or stored
. Food safety management system plan
. Signed and Completed Form-B

Step-1
Basic Information

Step-2
Requirement & gathering document for FSSAI application

Step-3
File your FSSAI License application along with other declarations that are required to be filed to the local FBO.

Step-4
Issue the FSSAI Registration or License typically with a validity of 1 or 2 years.

The improvement notice is the notice issued by Designated Officer if FBO fails to comply with the regulations under section 32 of the FSSAI Act.

No. However FSSAI is testing the samples of food products imported into India before their consignments are cleared at the ports. Authorized Officers notified for 14 ports of entries (including seaports, airports, ICDs) in terms of section 47(5) of Act.

“Recall”means action taken to remove a marketed food from distribution,sale and consumption which is unsafe and violate the provisions of the Act and the rules & regulations made there under. The purpose is to prevent, reduce or eliminate a risk arising from food to the consumer.